The Comparative Consideration of the Bird’s Role in Textile of “Iranian Al-Buwayh” and “Egyptian Fatimid”

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Fahimeh Chadorkafoor

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This research goal is a comparative analysis of bird’s role in the Al-Buwayh in the Iran and the Fatimids in the Egyptian era. The main question of this research is compilation through library method, what is the difference and similarity of bird’s role pattern in cloths of both historical periods? Research concludes with a descriptive and analytical method. These patterns can be seen more on textiles and silk pieces, draw birds similar to those eras. With the differences of the Iran’s art (Al-Buwayh and Seljukian) have much more capability in drawing patterns, combination patterns with background and patterns drawing instructor adjustment below the eyes. Drawing bird pattern from the front view angle in the Ancient Egypt (Fatimids) art is done much more, but more attention has been given in the Iranian perspective and side view.

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Chadorkafoor, F. (2022). The Comparative Consideration of the Bird’s Role in Textile of “Iranian Al-Buwayh” and “Egyptian Fatimid”. International Journal of Applied Arts Studies (IJAPAS), 6(4), 61-70. Retrieved from http://ijapas.ir/index.php/ijapas/article/view/383
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